I don't have any prior experience with Wyandottes. Meet Gilly (far right in first pic). This chick is approximately six weeks old. "She" developed the huge single comb and waddles within the last week. She's supposedly a Silver Laced Wyandotte, but I have serious doubts. The farm center (which has a very good reputation) where I got her says they still believe she's a she (I showed them the photos today.) They say that SLW often develop combs and waddles early. I'm not so sure, but a girl can hope. Evidence for cockerel: Huge red comb and waddles! Assertive and obviously alpha in this flock of three baby chicks (though not yet doing any especially rooster like) Evidence against cockerel: Although "she" started out bigger than the other two (a Buff and a Gold Laced Wyandotte), she is actually now the smallest of the three, who are two weeks younger. "Her" head is shaped like a pullet, according to the SLW expert at farm center And they claim she was sexed Do I start calling her Gill? If it's a roo, I won't be able to keep him because we live in city limits, where they're illegal, and I'm already attached. Sad because it's a very calm, tame chick, and is going to make a good pet chicken. Oh and is this definitely a SLW? The comb is unusual (don't they have rose combs rather than single combs?) I'm wondering if it's actually an Austrolorp.